Monthly Archives: November 2015

  1. Meatless Monday Stuffing or Dressing is always the favorite

    Meatless Monday Stuffing or Dressing is always the favorite

    I bet your Thanksgiving Plate looked something like this over this past weekend! Sample Dinner Plate at Thanksgiving Here is a recipe that holds the meat, but adds the flavors in some unexpected ways to this classic side. Savory...

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  2. Thought Leader Series: Four Advantages of Using a Cast Iron Skillet

    Thought Leader Series: Four Advantages of Using a Cast Iron Skillet

    Cast iron skillets are commonly found in the homes of people who love to cook, or in the supplies of those who enjoy camping. They're often times thought of as a rarely used piece of specialty cookware. That perception...

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  3. 6 Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes to Savor

    6 Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes to Savor

    While many people look forward to the actual Thanksgiving meal, others crave something else: the leftovers! And while there's nothing better than piling turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans stuffing, cranberry sauce and more into a sandwich and getting

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  4. Thought Leader Series: 3 Seasonal Main Dishes with 5 Ingredients or Less

    Thought Leader Series: 3 Seasonal Main Dishes with 5 Ingredients or Less

    Diane Balch lives in a rural horse town and is passionate about simple living and eating, as seen in her blog at SimpleLivingEating.com. Cauliflower, acorn squash, apples, apples, and more APPLES are bursting from the stands at farmer's markets...

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  5. 5 Thanksgiving Side Dishes to Stand Out This Year

    5 Thanksgiving Side Dishes to Stand Out This Year

    Thanksgiving might just be the most eagerly awaited meal of the year. And while the turkey is the undisputed star, the truth is that this grand gobbler would be nothing without its culinary co-stars: the seasonal sides which add...

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  6. Meatless Monday - Pomegranate, Kale and Wild Rice Salad

    Meatless Monday - Pomegranate, Kale and Wild Rice Salad

    Pomegranates as the Rock Stars Tis the season of the bright red orb!  It is so exciting to have the Pomegranate back for the Holidays.  These fruits are packed with goodness and freeze well.  They are fabulous on salads...

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  7. How Much Should Thanksgiving Dinner Cost?

    How Much Should Thanksgiving Dinner Cost?

    Last year the American Farm Bureau Federation's (AFBF) estimated that the average cost of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner -- featuring a turkey and all of your favorite fixins -- for 10 people came to just under $50. Factor in...

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  8. Expert Interview Series: Christopher About Planning and Cooking Ahead

    Expert Interview Series: Christopher About Planning and Cooking Ahead

    Did you know that planning your meals weekly can save you time, money, and stress? It's true. According to Christopher McLaughlin, Brand Director at Plan to Eat, the benefits are numerous. Recently, Cilantro had the opportunity to speak with...

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  9. Classic Side - Mac and Cheese

    Classic Side - Mac and Cheese

    These simple ingredients are key There is a BBQ House in Atlanta, East Cobb to be exact, that serves this Mac and Cheese and even shares the recipe. This is a stepped up version of a classic and one...

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  10. Orange Alert! How to Handle the Potential Canned Pumpkin Shortage

    Orange Alert! How to Handle the Potential Canned Pumpkin Shortage

    Everywhere you look it's pumpkins, pumpkins, pumpkins this time of year. And unless you suffer from cucurbitophobia ("fear of pumpkins" -- yes, it's a thing: look it up), that's a happy sight. Why? Because many of the season's most...

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